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With the passing of long-time owner Jerry Buss, the Los Angeles Lakers team photo will be missing a major component.For this year's photo, the team decided to pay tribute to their fallen owner by leaving a chair open in the middle in honor of him with a basketball placed in the middle of it:(Courtesy of Larry Brown Sports)
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LOS ANGELES Mike Feinberg is probably the luckiest 13-year-old in America.
Not only is he the son of one of the richest men in the country dad Jeffrey is a hedge fund manager who tried to buy the Brooklyn (New Jersey) Nets in 2009 but he became a man in the Jewish faith after having his Bar Mitzvah in Los Angeles last weekend.
And if the day wasnt big enough for the young man...
Los Angeles Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni is hopeful Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol will return Friday for the Lakers' game against the Washington Wizards.
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Los Angeles Lakers power forward, Pau Gasol will be in the starting lineup tonight when the Lakers face the Washington Wizards. Gasol has been out since early February, recovering from a torn plantar fascia. The question on everyone’s mind is now, what kind of impact will Gasol have on Los Angeles upon his long-awaited return and why is D’Antoni putting Gasol in the starting...
For years now people have tried to dissect and analyze what exactly is going on in Kobe Bryant’s head. However as with many super star athletes, as years progress you start to adhere to the fact that there isn’t a formula to their masterminds, unless you’re Dr. Mbogo.
So if you can’t understand their madness, you might as well embrace it with storytelling from teammates who...
Steve Nash held a press conference, accompanied by LA Galaxy goalie Carlo Cudicini, in Los Angeles on Wednesday to announce that his annual soccer game for charity, the Steve Nash Showdown, will be played in LA this summer. At the conference, Nash showed off a few of his foot skills with some young fans:
The Los Angeles Lakers could use a dose of good news, and they got some yesterday. Two of their ailing stars could be back on the court soon, which should give the Lakers a boost as the season winds down. Both Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol are nursing injuries and working their way back to game action.Bryant missed his second-straight game Monday night after not missing any games...
Kobe Bryant sat out with a swollen ankle as his team played the Phoenix Suns this past Monday.Kobe is obviously frustrated that he can’t play right now, but on a good note, Kobe looked real stylish on that bench, I loved the ‘mismatched suit’ which I like to call it, great combination of hues as Kobe paired a smooth grey suit jacket with marine blue trousers, a white spread...
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According to ESPN LA's Dave McMenamin's Twitter handle, Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni "expects" to see both Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol back in action Friday when the team hosts the Washington Wizards.
D'Antoni says he "expects" both Kobe and Pau in the lineup Friday vs. Washington
— Dave McMenamin (@mcten...
33 in a row?
The Los Angeles Lakers won 33 games in a row in the 1971-72 season. They also beat the New York Knicks for the NBA championship in five games.
The Miami Heat currently is at 24 games in a row. They are defending champions and the best team in the NBA. Given all that, they would have to win an additional 12 straight games to break a 40-year-old record of 33 games.
The Los Angeles Lakers appear close to having their four stars together on the floor again.
Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol could both return from injuries as the Lakers try for an eighth straight home win Friday night against the Washington Wizards.
Los Angeles coach Mike D'Antoni said Wednesday he hopes his two injured stars could play Friday. Bryant missed the last two games and...
Mike D'Antoni is adamant Pau Gasol will play a major role in the Lakers' late-game rotation.
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Los Angeles, CA (March 20th, 2013) —Today two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash announced the seventh year of his popular charity soccer match, the Steve Nash FoundationShowdown, will return Wednesday, June 26, 2013, to New York City, and debut Sunday, July 14, 2013, in Los Angeles, a first for California and supported by AEG. Nash made the announcement today at a press event at The...
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